12 Sep, 2017 Monchoso 0 Pupusas = YES! 😍 via Pero LikeThe Art of the Pupusa Source Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related Tags: Facebook, tasty Categories: Tasty 25 comments Mikki Sexton said on September 13, 2017 Reply They need to put a recipe for those of us who have never tried these, made them…etc. They look amazing. I would like to have a recipe. Maria S Wells said on September 13, 2017 Reply Pupusas is not a bad word. They are delicious. A place that specialized in pupusas is called pupuseria. Can’t be in a hurry to order them because each is made to order. Very famous in Central America. Especially in El Salvador. Delicioso. Jeran Hopfe said on September 13, 2017 Reply Dawn Kautz Nee Bohncke are these what the girls had? The guy I worked with said it’s usually just refried beans with onions, garlic, and spices for the paste they mentioned, but he asked if they had pupusas as well Emma Teutenberg said on September 13, 2017 Reply Betsy Rivas Teutenberg we are well overdue for doing another pupusa lunch 🤤 We need to indroduce Hayden Grant to this El Salvadoran delicacy 😋 Summer Ladner said on September 13, 2017 Reply Have you seen people advertising the app verydice? I’ve only been playing a month and have redeemed 3 items completely free!! Its basically a game where you roll dice, win tickets and exchange youre tickets for anything on amazon 📦 try it out! Use my code 659938. You will receive 50 rolls at start up. ❤️🎲 I got all this for free in a month. This is my second month playing it. I’m currently getting more stuff for my toddler. No CC is needed at all and shipping is free. Comment or pm me if you have questions or need help getting started! Also there is a verydice fb group you can join as well for tips! Kaylyn Crocker said on September 13, 2017 Reply Tracy Singleton Tammy Harmon Dyck Kristen Larson… they don’t look that hard to make! Totally going to try them sometime. Drinks and pupusas at my place some Friday night soon! Julie Ann Sparling said on September 13, 2017 Reply Kristi O. Lorusso remember when Pedro used to make these at the bar…I seriously miss eating his food like all the time!!! You too of course 😘 Chad Cook said on September 12, 2017 Reply I love pupusas! I haven’t had them in so long. I know two girls, both their mom’s grew up in El Salvador, they both make great pupusas, one had a restaurant. I need some! Karen Williams said on September 12, 2017 Reply Daisy Corella I miss the San Pedro Farmer’s Market with you, Edwin and Junie!! Thise pupusas were the BEST, as well as the company 😉😉😘😘 Kiya Nicole Bell-Hawk said on September 12, 2017 Reply Edwin😲😲😲😲 all this time I thought pupusa’s were magical pancakes left by unicorns! my god I missed these! Meagan Seay said on September 12, 2017 Reply Jenn Hauser please find somewhere that has good pupusa before Sunday. I’m going back on Keto and I need this. Kristina Tumas said on September 12, 2017 Reply You’ve literally told me about these a million times but I’ve never had one and I feel like that’s your fault Melissa Tumas Miguel Hernandez said on September 12, 2017 Reply If someone lives in LA visit “El Cerro Verde” a salvadorean restaurant they sell real delicious pupusas! Jennifer Bernabe said on September 12, 2017 Reply i make something similiar we called them gorditas i put cooked seasoned chicken in it then i put sour cream, cheese and salsa on top 😋😋😋 Glenda Marlisa said on September 12, 2017 Reply Damn! I’m gona have to give it another try in making these! It looks easy but it’s not and I grew up watching my mom and aunts do them like it was nothing. Every time I try they are perfectly round 😆 but this video gave me hope that I Can Do It!!!!! Athena Wolfe said on September 12, 2017 Reply Made pupusas in a cooking class in middle school, I love them so much. I can’t make them for shit, but I try, and I enjoy them just the same 🙂 Valesca Patt said on September 12, 2017 Reply so im in florida with no power and you have no idea what kind of fresh hell torture this is right now 😭😭😭😭 Sophie Loth said on September 12, 2017 Reply One of my coworkers is from El Salvador and she makes these when we have potlucks. SO GOOD with her homemade salsa too. *drools* Christa Grabenstein said on September 12, 2017 Reply It never ceases to amaze me how the dishes from all over the world are so Similar: papayas, empanadas, maultaschen, purifies, Asian dumplings… All using small amounts of precious ingredients inside some kind of dough Monica Correa said on September 12, 2017 Reply They are stuffed with smashed beans, cheese and loroco. They make different combinations with them. The salsa is made with cabbage, carrots and spices cooked in vinegar; with out this won’t be as good as it should 😉 If you have the chance to try it I totally recommend it. The best place to get one it’s called “Pupuseria” (salvadorean restaurante) Julie Hult said on September 12, 2017 Reply I’ve had these only once, many years ago. They are delicious. I’m from a small town in South Dakota and I know what they are. Now i will try and make them. Russell Clark said on September 12, 2017 Reply Dated a Hispanic woman once. That told me she was going to come over and give me some Pupusa. Boy did I figure that one wrong! Kelia Argueta said on September 12, 2017 Reply April Beverly this is not the way I know how to make them but its close. I learned to make like a bowel with the maza then put the meat then roll it. And your supposed put a little oil on your hands and slap it on either side befor it hits the grill. Adrianne Wittich said on September 12, 2017 Reply Maybe it’s because I’m from Ohio that I don’t know what these are. Are they like cheese and beef stuffed dough pucks? With some kind of salsa poured over them? Kristy Patrick-Hanson said on September 12, 2017 Reply Not sure if the bad porn music adds or detracts from the video. . . .I may need some time to figure it out, lol. However, it looks super yummy! 😉 Leave a Reply to Russell Clark Cancel reply Note: Comments on the web site reflect the views of their respective authors, and not necessarily the views of this web portal. 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